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AP, SAT and grades: Coronavirus updates

AP, SAT and grades: Coronavirus updates

Angie Gulizia, Editor in Chief

May 15, 2020

With all the crazy changes coronavirus has caused, there’s a lot for high schoolers to keep track of. AP testing, SATs, grades, and testing requirements for college have all been affected. This update will be most helpful for current juniors, but other forward-thinking students should also read on fo...

MLB The Show 20 Review and Comparison

One of baseballs best, Javier Baez, on the cover of MLB the Show 20

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor

May 1, 2020

For those of you who may not know me, I love video games and I love baseball. Recently, the newest MLB The Show game on the PS4 was released. I have been playing MLB The Show since 2015 when I got my first PS4. Since I’ve played from MLB 15 all the way until MLB 20, I would say I’m very knowledg...

From an Average Student to an Young Entrepreneur: Liam Kirk’s Journey

From an Average Student to an Young Entrepreneur: Liam Kirk's Journey

Yash Sharma, Staff Writer

May 1, 2020

It all started 10 years ago when Liam Kirk drew a picture of a robot. He wanted to add his drawing to a t-shirt and he began selling his shirts in art-shows. Six years later he felt like his clothing was worth selling, and he came with the idea for his clothing brand, WhiteVan. Kirk's goal is to use...

The inequalities of the SAT

The inequalities of the SAT

Yash Sharma, Staff Writer

March 21, 2020

Many juniors are worrying about their SAT in order to reach their designated university. But many juniors and seniors are concerned with their SAT scores due to it being unfair to people in lower-income families and backgrounds other than Asian-Americans. Even with this controversial debate which impa...

Young voters, rise!

Young voters, rise!

Mitch Itasaka, Staff Writer

March 21, 2020

The relationship between youth and politics is heading towards a brighter future. On a global scale, there is a rise in political activism among young people, who aspire to express their voice and make a difference in whatever issues they are passionate about. However, this trend alone will never all...

Late start law in California will be beneficial

Late start law in California will be beneficial

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor

March 21, 2020

It’s 7:30 in the morning. You wake up, get ready, and head off to school, which begins at 8:30. With the new law passed by Governor Gavin Newsom, all high schools are required to start no earlier than 8:30. In California, school districts have until the 2022-2023 school year to implement this change. ...

New Year… Same You?

New Year... Same You?

Angie Gulizia, Editor in Chief

March 21, 2020

Brightly colored fireworks explode in the sky while the chatter of excited people rings in the background. A fresh, hopeful feeling fills the air and seems to sink into you. “The new year has begun! It’s time for a better me,” many think.  Most people start resolutions because they want to better themse...

Out with the old, in with the new

Emily Motta, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

In the middle of the forum, loud pounding, dust, and blue fencing pave the way to a revised student store and attendance office, making some students wonder how school money is allocated. Renovations beautify old structures and make them more inviting to all. They make places more lively and inclu...

From Banker to Athletic Director: Mr. Chew’s Journey

From Banker to Athletic Director: Mr. Chew’s Journey

Yash Sharma, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

A degree in business and a minor in business management led Athletic Director Brian Chew to become a banker, but his passion for sports and student mentorship caused him to change his career path. As a banker, Chew learned how to sell and pitch items, but he soon realized that it wasn’t for him...

Fiddler On The Roof

Drama Class rehearsal afterschool second scene in play featuring Holiday, Kelly, and Samantha

Marco Antonio Rodriguez, Staff Writer, Photographer

April 1, 2019

Where are we now? Entering through the right-hand stage, Tevye (Vincent Nastrini) a Jewish man living in the town of Anatevka faces rapid change in his town that leads him to consider irrational choices when it comes to his cultural tradition. ‘Fiddler On The Roof’ is the play that has been annou...

Battle of the boba: A bubble tea review

Battle of the boba: A bubble tea review

Tatiana Martinez, Section Editor

March 28, 2019

It’s a sweltering hot day, and you really want to drink something other than water. Sitting in your desk is agony, especially when the AC isn’t doing anything to combat the heat. You’re thirsty and you want something that’s tasty and will quench your thirst. Popular beverage places around and by G...

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